Social Leadership: My First 100 Days #WorkingOutLoud

You may have noticed that the title has changed: as I’ve been sketching out ideas for the cover this week, i revised the title. That’s what #WorkingOutLoud is all about: iteration and revision, holding open the space.

Social Leadership 100 book cover prototype

I’m 60% of the way there with the writing: it’s easy to measure percentages when you’re writing 100 practical activities, and i can work through around five in a sitting.

The open question is how to illustrate it: i’m envisaging doing facing pages, text on the left, an illustration on the right, but am slightly daunted by the thought of 100 illustrations. The obvious thing is to keep them simple… we’ll see how that goes. I’ve decided to finish the writing before tackling the pictures.

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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5 Responses to Social Leadership: My First 100 Days #WorkingOutLoud

  1. dogtrax says:

    I like “working out loud” (but forgot about this year) because it peels back the veil on what people are doing, and for the writer/creator, it provides a lens for introspection and intent. Your “holding the space open” says a lot.

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